Webster Bank grants $25,000
to Providence nonprofits

WEBSTER BANK’S Community Reinvestment Act program funded $25,000 in grants for six Providence nonprofits. From left: Jose Monteiro, business banking relationship manager, Webster Bank; John Wolfe, executive director, San Miguel School; Florinda Vieira, Pawtucket Banking Center manager, Webster Bank; and members of the San Miguel School robotics team. / COURTESY WEBSTER BANK
PROVIDENCE – Financial coaching and education for middle school boys are among the programs that benefited from grant funds through Webster Bank, according to a news release. The bank’s Community Reinvestment Act program funded $25,000 in grants for six Providence nonprofits. The recipients of grant funds are: Capital Good Fund, Financial Youth Literacy Initiative, Local…

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